While on vacation, it’s always fun to find unique local entertainment mediums to keep you busy and give you a taste of the city or small town’s atmosphere. Entertainment comes in a wide variety of experiences from staged performances to local dining to area-specific museums to musical performance venues. You’re sure to find plenty of activities to keep you busy during your vacation!
If you enjoy staged plays or Broadway shows and musicals, look into local theatres. Continue reading “What to Do For Vacation Entertainment”
Advertising your art online is such an easy business these days. In fact, you can even have your art get global exposure as long as they are of high quality and you happen to have good internet facilities at your disposal. You need to step up you’re game and make your advertising stand out, especially if you are eyeing the global market and hoping to sell your art all over the world.
Advertising your art online was not what you’d call an easy task in the past. It was, for lack of a better term, terrifying and highly intimidating. Continue reading “Put Your Art Online And Get Your Business Up And Running”
Why does abstract art exist today? Why in fact has abstract art, minimalist art and performance art superseded representational and realistic art as the highest forms of art?
In our Eurocentric art world my observation is that ever since the middle ages man has become capable of mathematically accurate, perspective based, “photorealist” reproductions in 2 dimensional art, i.e., paintings and drawings.
Certainly this mastery took place thousands of years before in three dimensional art, i.e., sculptures and bas reliefs.
Understanding the mathematical models and templates required in order to take a three dimensional object and render it with an accurate vanishing perspective was the key to creating the realist illusion in two dimensional spaces on paper, canvas and walls.
The mastery of the mathematically accurate perspective form of art by the high artists from 1400 A.D. Continue reading “What Is Art and Who Is an Artist? 30,000 Years of Human Art History”
How many times have you thrown something away only to look back and say, “Why didn’t I keep that, it’s vintage now?” We must all be guilty of it. Unless you are a pack rat, not many of us have room to keep everything we ever had. Right? Well, where can you find some of those things that you now treasure and would like to own again? Many people go to the internet to locate long lost things that might be needed again for plays, special church functions, Halloween, 60’s parties, or any type of function that requires using fads that were popular before 1990. Continue reading “A Love For Vintage Anything”